Boris Frederic Cecil Tay-Natey Ofuatey-Kodjoe, better known as Boris Kodjoe, is a German actor known for his roles as Jason in the 2000 film Love & Basketball (2000), and the sports-courier agent Damon Carter on the Showtime drama series Soul Food (2000). Kodjoe was born in Vienna, Austria, the son of Ursula, a German psychologist of partially ...
- Boris Frederic Cecil Tay-Natey Ofuatey-Kodjoe
- 6' 4" (1.93 m)
- March 8, 1973 in Vienna, Austria
Boris Mikhailovich. Boris Mikhailovich ( Russian: Борис Михайлович) is, controversially, considered to have been Prince of Moscow from 1248 to 1263, preceding Daniil Aleksandrovich, who is more often named as the first Prince of Moscow . Boris was the son of Mikhail Yaroslavich Khorobrit, who was the younger brother of Aleksandr ...
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- Early Life
- Political Career and Terrorism
- Provisional Government and Kornilov Coup
- October Revolution and Russian Civil War
- Post-Civil War
Boris Savinkov was born in Kharkiv, then part of the Russian, into a liberal, free-minded family: His father, a a judge in Warsaw, was forced to retire due to his "liberal views", his mother was the sister of a left-leaning author and playwright and his older brother was a social-democrat who would later be exiled to Siberia, where he commited suicide. In 1897, Savinkov, only 18 at the time, was arrested in Warsaw for revolutionary activity. After his release, he went to St. Petersburg and enrolled at the law department of St. Petersburg University - but was expelled in 1899 because of his participation in students' riots. Following that, he went to Germanyand continued his studies in Heidelberg and Berlin.
In 1898, Savinkov became a member of various Russian socialist emigré organisations in Germany. After returning to Russia for a short period in 1899, he was once again arrested, but released soon after. In Germany, he wrote for several Russian newspapers. By 1901, he had returned to St. Petersburg and worked as a propagandist for the League of Struggle for the Emancipation of the Working Class - an organisation that was lead by Vladimir Lenin and Julius Martovat the time, who would later, in 1903, fall out with each other and form the Bolsheviks and Mensheviks, respectively. In the same year however, Savinkov was arrested for another time - this time, he was sentenced to Siberian exile and transferred to Vologda, where he worked for a short time as a secretary in the Consultation of Sworn Attorneys at the District Court. While in Vologda, he would came in contact with other Russian intellectuals, among them Alexander Bogdanov, Nikolai Berdyaev and Anatoly Lunacharsky. It was there t...
Savinkov returned to Russia in April 1917, after the Russian February Revolution, and resumed his political activities: He was appointed Commissar of the Provisional Government in the 7th Army, and on June 28 Commissioner of the whole South-Western Front, as Russia was still at war with the Central Powers at the time. Savinkov actively advocated for the continuation of the war, with the hope to regain control over German-occupied territories in Poland, Lithuania and the Baltics. Savinkov was known as a staunch supporter of then-War Minister Alexander Kerensky and General Lavr Kornilov; In mid-July it was Savinkov who advised Kenrensky to replace Commander-in-Chief Aleksei Brusilovwith Kornilov. In the same month Savinkov was appointed Deputy War Minister, only second to Kerensky himself. At that point, he had become a real contender for full dictatorial power in the country. Savinkov planned to create a "Revolutionary Dictatorship" with centralized power under three ministers; Savin...
In October 1917 the Bolsheviks rose up against Kerensky's Government. Savinkov, who was far away in Kuban at the time, demanded amnesty and the reappointment of General Kornilov, though his demands were declined by Kerensky. Savinkov was immensely antagonized by the October Socialist Revolution and believed that it was nothing more than "a seizure of power by a handful of people, made possible only by the weakness and unreasonableness of Kerensky". He rushed back to Petrograd, tried to help the Provisional Government, besieged in the Winter Palace, but to no avail. When he realized that resistence in Bolshevik-dominated Petrograd was hopeless, he returned down to the Kuban and began to get in contact with high-ranking White Russian generals and military officers like Mikhail Alekseyev or Pyotr Krasnovand helped to establish the famous Volunteer Army. In early 1918, Savinkov went to Moscow and created the Union for the Defense of the Motherland and Freedom, an underground militant an...
WIP! After the end of the Russian Civil War, Savinkov left the Right SRs to form the national-populist NRPR party. In the wake of the 1932 economic collapse, his party became popular among military officers, industrialists, and peasants. Savinkov worked to pull the Right SRs away from the Provisional Government. By using Kerensky's "cowardly" policies and alliance with the increasingly syndicalist Left SRs, he was able to convince them to join in a coalition with him. However, Kerensky knew that Savinkov was planning to overthrow and eventually absorb Kerensky's moderate party. Kerensky began appointing conservative moderates to the powerless Senate, then empowering them with veto powers so that Kerensky's party could continue to exert authority if they were not in power. However, this backfired when Kerensky was forced to announce policies that both the Left and Right SRs disliked before the elections. Following the immediate collapse of Kerensky's coalition, the NRPR's coalition m...
Boris graduated from the Moscow State Academy of Physical Culture in 1979. His son is Egor Mikhailov who is also a hockey player. In the 2004 Disney biopic Miracle, he is portrayed by former NHL player Sasha Lakovic. Mikhailov is a member of PutinTeam, Alexander Ovechkin 's group that promotes President Putin and his policies.